Daesh’s presence in Afghanistan a threat to entire region, warns FO

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Foreign Office spokesman Nafees Zakaria stated on Thursday that Pakistan has evidence of the presence of banned militant outfit Daesh in Afghanistan which is a threat to the entire region.

Speaking to reporters in weekly press briefing, he said that presence of Daesh in Afghanistan poses a continuous threat to the security of Pakistan along with other countries in the region.

He also assured the reopening of Pakistan-Afghanistan borders once necessary measures would be taken and reiterated US CENTCOM Commander General Joseph Votel’s appraisal on Pakistan’s efforts against terrorism, including the launch of Operation Radd-ul-Fasaad.

He called on the international community to take notice of General Votel’s warning regarding escalation of traditional Pakistan-India conflict into a nuclear exchange and also highlighted the forced evacuation of Muslims from the Indian city of Bareilly.

Foreign Office spokesman Nafees Zakaria stated on Thursday that Pakistan has evidence of the presence of banned militant outfit Daesh in Afghanistan which is a threat to the entire region.

Speaking to reporters in weekly press briefing, he said that presence of Daesh in Afghanistan poses a continuous threat to the security of Pakistan along with other countries in the region.

He also assured the reopening of Pakistan-Afghanistan borders once necessary measures would be taken and reiterated US CENTCOM Commander General Joseph Votel’s appraisal on Pakistan’s efforts against terrorism, including the launch of Operation Radd-ul-Fasaad.

He called on the international community to take notice of General Votel’s warning regarding escalation of traditional Pakistan-India conflict into a nuclear exchange and also highlighted the forced evacuation of Muslims from the Indian city of Bareilly.

Foreign Office spokesman Nafees Zakaria stated on Thursday that Pakistan has evidence of the presence of banned militant outfit Daesh in Afghanistan which is a threat to the entire region.

Speaking to reporters in weekly press briefing, he said that presence of Daesh in Afghanistan poses a continuous threat to the security of Pakistan along with other countries in the region.

He also assured the reopening of Pakistan-Afghanistan borders once necessary measures would be taken and reiterated US CENTCOM Commander General Joseph Votel’s appraisal on Pakistan’s efforts against terrorism, including the launch of Operation Radd-ul-Fasaad.

He called on the international community to take notice of General Votel’s warning regarding escalation of traditional Pakistan-India conflict into a nuclear exchange and also highlighted the forced evacuation of Muslims from the Indian city of Bareilly.

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